about aromatherapy Clinic

Aromatherapy is a type of natural therapy which employs the use of pure essential oils for physical, psychological and aesthetic purposes. The essential oil can be absorbed by breathing in the aromatic vapours (using an aroma diffuser, burner) or can be applied to the skin by rubbing, massage, compresses and baths. Because essential oils have a unique lipid-soluble structure, they are able to easily pass through the skin and diffuse into the bloodstream. Tests have shown that most essential oils have been detected in the blood and liver just a few minutes after application to the skin.

Essential oils are aromatic and volatile liquids extracted from flowers, seeds, leaves, stems, bark, fruit and roots of various plants. This is mostly achieved through a special distillation process. They are highly concentrated and have powerful healing properties thanks to their unique chemical constituents which depend on many factors like: soil condition, geographical region, altitude, climate, harvest season, method of distillation and parts of the plant from which the oil was extracted. Essential oil is the life blood of a plant and the most concentrated and powerful of all natural extracts. It is 75 to 100 times more concentrated than dried herbs. It is very costly to produce a pure, therapeutic essential oil. For example, one kilogram of pure Melissa oil can cost over $10,000 because six tons of plant material is needed to produce that one kilo.

Essential oils have been used for thousands of years. According to ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics and Chinese manuscripts, priests and physicians were using essential oils a long time before Christ to heal the sick. They are the oldest form of medicine and cosmetics known to man and were considered more valuable than gold. There are 188 references to oils in the Bible. Although aromatherapy has been known for ages, it's popularity and use has grown immensely in the last 20 or 30 years.

This is a brief, general description of aromatherapy.

Would you like to learn more abut aromatherapy? Below is a list of books which will provide you with comprehensive information.

  • "The Art of Aromatherapy" - Robert Tisserand
    New York: Inner Traditions. 1979

  • "The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy" - Salvatore Battaglia
    Australia: The Perfect Potion. 1995

  • "The Essential Oil Safety Data Manual" - Robert Tisserand
    England: Association of Tisserand Aromatherapists. 1985

  • "Gattefosse's Aromatherapy" - Rene-Maurice Gattefosse.
    England: C.W. Daniel. 1993

  • "Aromatherapy: Massage with Essential Oils" - Christine Wildwood
    Massachusetts: Element

  • "The Aromatherapy Book" - Jeanne Rose
    Berkeley: North Altantic Books. 1992

  • "The Aromatherapy Hand Book" - Daniele Ryman
    England: C.W. Daniel. 1991

  • "Aromatherapy Workbook" - Marcel Lavabre
    New York: Inner Traditions. 1989

  • "The Complete Aromatherapy Handbook" - Susanne Fischer-Rizzi
    New York: Sterling. 1991

  • "Aromatherapy for Women" - Maggie Tisserand
    England: Thorsons. 1985

  • "Aromatherapy for Mother and Baby" - Allison England
    Inner Traditions. 1993

  • "The Encyclopedia of Essential Oils" - Julia Lawless
    Massachusetts: Element Books. 1992

  • "The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy" - Valerie Worwood
    England: New World Library. 1990

  • "Marguerite Maury's Guide to Aromatherapy: The Secret of Life and Youth" - Marguerite Maury
    London: C.W. Daniel Co. 1989

  • "Aromatherapy for Common Ailments" - Shirley Price
    New York: Reinhold. 1981

  • "The Practice of Aromatherapy" - Jean Valnet
    New York: Inner Traditions. 1980

  • "Practical Aromatherapy: How to Use Essential Oils to Restore Vitality" - Shirley Price
    Thorsons. 1983

  • "Advanced Aromatherapy" - Kurt Schnaubelt
    Vermont: Healing Arts Press. 1998

  • "Medical Aromatherapy" - Kurt Schnaubelt
    California: North Atlantic Books. 1999

  • "Essential Oil Safety" - Tony Balacs & Robert Tisserand
    London: Churchill Livingstone. 1995

  • "International Journal of Aromatherapy" - Edited by Robert Tisserand
    East Sussex, UK: Aromatherapy Publications - (published quarterly)

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about aromatherapy Clinic

Aromatherapy is a type of natural therapy which employs the use of pure essential oils for physical, psychological and aesthetic purposes. The essential oil can be absorbed by breathing in the aromatic vapours (using an aroma diffuser, burner) or can be applied to the skin by rubbing, massage, compresses and baths. Because essential oils have a unique lipid-soluble structure, they are able to easily pass through the skin and diffuse into the bloodstream. Tests have shown that most essential oils have been detected in the blood and liver just a few minutes after application to the skin.

Essential oils are aromatic and volatile liquids extracted from flowers, seeds, leaves, stems, bark, fruit and roots of various plants. This is mostly achieved through a special distillation process. They are highly concentrated and have powerful healing properties thanks to their unique chemical constituents which depend on many factors like: soil condition, geographical region, altitude, climate, harvest season, method of distillation and parts of the plant from which the oil was extracted. Essential oil is the life blood of a plant and the most concentrated and powerful of all natural extracts. It is 75 to 100 times more concentrated than dried herbs. It is very costly to produce a pure, therapeutic essential oil. For example, one kilogram of pure Melissa oil can cost over $10,000 because six tons of plant material is needed to produce that one kilo.

Essential oils have been used for thousands of years. According to ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics and Chinese manuscripts, priests and physicians were using essential oils a long time before Christ to heal the sick. They are the oldest form of medicine and cosmetics known to man and were considered more valuable than gold. There are 188 references to oils in the Bible. Although aromatherapy has been known for ages, it's popularity and use has grown immensely in the last 20 or 30 years.

This is a brief, general description of aromatherapy.

Would you like to learn more abut aromatherapy? Below is a list of books which will provide you with comprehensive information.

  • "The Art of Aromatherapy" - Robert Tisserand
    New York: Inner Traditions. 1979

  • "The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy" - Salvatore Battaglia
    Australia: The Perfect Potion. 1995

  • "The Essential Oil Safety Data Manual" - Robert Tisserand
    England: Association of Tisserand Aromatherapists. 1985

  • "Gattefosse's Aromatherapy" - Rene-Maurice Gattefosse.
    England: C.W. Daniel. 1993

  • "Aromatherapy: Massage with Essential Oils" - Christine Wildwood
    Massachusetts: Element

  • "The Aromatherapy Book" - Jeanne Rose
    Berkeley: North Altantic Books. 1992

  • "The Aromatherapy Hand Book" - Daniele Ryman
    England: C.W. Daniel. 1991

  • "Aromatherapy Workbook" - Marcel Lavabre
    New York: Inner Traditions. 1989

  • "The Complete Aromatherapy Handbook" - Susanne Fischer-Rizzi
    New York: Sterling. 1991

  • "Aromatherapy for Women" - Maggie Tisserand
    England: Thorsons. 1985

  • "Aromatherapy for Mother and Baby" - Allison England
    Inner Traditions. 1993

  • "The Encyclopedia of Essential Oils" - Julia Lawless
    Massachusetts: Element Books. 1992

  • "The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy" - Valerie Worwood
    England: New World Library. 1990

  • "Marguerite Maury's Guide to Aromatherapy: The Secret of Life and Youth" - Marguerite Maury
    London: C.W. Daniel Co. 1989

  • "Aromatherapy for Common Ailments" - Shirley Price
    New York: Reinhold. 1981

  • "The Practice of Aromatherapy" - Jean Valnet
    New York: Inner Traditions. 1980

  • "Practical Aromatherapy: How to Use Essential Oils to Restore Vitality" - Shirley Price
    Thorsons. 1983

  • "Advanced Aromatherapy" - Kurt Schnaubelt
    Vermont: Healing Arts Press. 1998

  • "Medical Aromatherapy" - Kurt Schnaubelt
    California: North Atlantic Books. 1999

  • "Essential Oil Safety" - Tony Balacs & Robert Tisserand
    London: Churchill Livingstone. 1995

  • "International Journal of Aromatherapy" - Edited by Robert Tisserand
    East Sussex, UK: Aromatherapy Publications - (published quarterly)

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